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LASER stands for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation, which emits a beam of coherent light through an optical amplification process.

Lasers are frequently used in various industries that are safe when it is used properly. At the same time, workers may be exposed to radiation, hazardous gases, molten metal, liquid chemicals, caustic fumes, and liquid chemicals, depending on the type of laser and how it is used. The human body is vulnerable to the output of certain lasers, which can cause damage to the eyes and Skin of working employees.

Our in-company training helps workers use lasers safely and avoid hazards. It is an organization’s responsibility to provide proper training to the working employees.

Classes of Lasers

Lasers are classified by the type of risk they pose, which are

Class I: it is safe to use and does not need specific safety requirements.
Class I.A: It is a laser that is not intended for viewing, such as a supermarket laser scanner.
Class II: Unsafe to stare at is a low-power visible beam. When there is danger, the human eye will automatically close or turn away.
Class III A: Intermediate power laser that needs some limited controls.
Class III B: A moderately powerful laser that rarely causes fires. It needs to be used with specific controls in place.
Class IV: High-intensity lasers can cause skin burns and are dangerous to observe under any condition. It is essential to have strict regulations.

Who Should take this Training?

  • Workers and laser operators need basic safety knowledge and operational efficiency to prevent accidents or health hazards.
  • Employees using laser equipment or those working in surroundings fitted with lasers must have a basic understanding of laser safety and the usage of personal protective equipment (PPE) to protect themselves and others from the damaging effects of laser rays.
  • It is highly required for working professional who works with high-power Class III.B and Class 4 lasers and laser systems that operate at wavelengths between 180 nm and 1 mm, including laser operators and maintenance service personnel.

Learning Outcomes

  • Employees who complete this training will better understand safety protocols, different types of lasers, their uses and potential hazards, safety standards related to various industries, and general hazard control procedures used when operating laser equipment. It helps to learn the importance of the safety management approach, which includes following safety standards, hazard identification, risk control measures, and regular safety audits to ensure workplace safety.

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